The Waltons

Season 9 Episode 20

The Lumberjack

Aired Thursday 8:00 PM May 21, 1981 on CBS



  • Trivia

    • When Paul remarks to Erin that the Waltons' lumber business goes back three generations, Erin replies that it goes back farther than that.  In The Move, however, John tells Ike that he and his father started the business themselves.

    • When Erin drops the potatoes at the store, none of them rolls off camera.  In the next shot, however, we see Ike and Corabeth picking them up from behind the counter.

  • Quotes

    • Opening Narration: As the memories of war began to fade, our lives took on the more natural rhythms of daily life. Spring came to the mountain and the dogwood and the redbud blossomed beneath the evergreen pines. Erin's heart had been sorely tried by the war, and for a long time she carried a secret wound. When love did come to claim Erin again she welcomed it with her usual spirit. It was the rest of the family that was left breathless.

    • Closing Narration: Romance for Erin always seemed to take her along a rocky road, but the rough beginning with Paul Northridge hopefully indicated a smooth ending. Only time would tell if their relationship would endure.

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